Spanish Halloween infographic for kids to practice vocabulary as they talk about a favorite holiday.

This Spanish Halloween infographic is excellent support for high-frequency words. You can use it for a variety of activities with Spanish learners.

Spanish Halloween infographic to practice common vocabulary in the context of the holiday.

How to Use Spanish Halloween Infographic

Download a printable version of this Spanish Halloween infographic.

Questions with Spanish Halloween Infographic

An image like this Spanish Halloween infographic provides a basis for asking and answering questions. The easiest question to ask, of course, is ¿Dónde está…? after you have introduced the vocabulary. This is a fun activity to do with young learners who are not reading and writing yet.

Halloween Picture Cards

You can also pair the Spanish Halloween infographic with Halloween picture cards. Preschoolers can match the cards to the infographic. You can find a set of Halloween picture cards in this collection of Spanish Halloween resources.

You can also ask many questions about the infographic using more vocabulary. For example, ask questions like these:

¿Cuántos animales ves?
¿Cuáles de estas cosas vuelan?
¿Dónde vive la araña?
¿Cúal de las imágenes es un círculo?
¿Qué forma tiene la luna llena?
¿De qué color es la calabaza? ¿el fantasma?
¿Cúantos ojos puedes ver en los dibjuos?
¿Cuál de los dibujos tiene una cola?
¿Cuáles de los dibujos tienen alas?

Describing the Spanish Halloween Infographic

You can describe an image and have students point to it. In addition to reviewing vocabulary, this is fun listening comprehension practice. After you model this activity, students at a higher level can describe the images in pairs. These are the kinds of descriptions you can use:

Esta cosa es redonda. Está en el cielo.
Es algo que construye la araña. La usa para atrapar su comida.
Este animal sale de noche y vuela. No es un pájaro. A veces vive en una cueva.
Esta cosa es de color anaranjado. Se puede comer. También se puede cortar para darle una cara.
Es un animal. Es una mascota que vive en la casa. Este es de color negro.

Sentence Practice

Students can compose oral or written sentences with a sentence frame. This is a good way to practice verb forms like veo and hay with beginning learners.

You can also ask students to use the vocabulary in original sentences. If you print the infographic, students can use the words in sentences on the right-hand side of the page.

Writing Prompt

Use the images and vocabulary to write a short paragraph and illustrate it. Ask students to incorporate prepositions like en, sobre, entre, or verb forms like veo, hay, and está.

There are many other ways to use this Spanish Halloween infographic. Please share your ideas in the comments!

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